Sorority Elects Alexandria Woman
Alison Anderson of Alexandria, a junior at the University of Georgia in Athens, Ga., has recently been elected vice president and program council director of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. Zeta Tau Alpha, a community service and social organization for women, was founded in 1898 and has approximately 205 collegiate chapters in the United States and Canada.
Five Distributive Education Club of America members from T.C. Williams High School recently won first place awards in the club's district competition. Wayne Lau was named student of the year and also was a winner in the restaurant marketing competition. Other awards went to Jeannie Moore, in the restaurant marketing category; Tina Ellmore,, food marketing; Darryl Reed, automotive and petroleum, and Ronald Durham, sales demonstration. Distributive Education Club members study marketing and work in retail. The first place winners in district competition will advance to state competition. Employe of the Year Named
Arlene Kelly Coleman, manager of convention and visitor services at the Alexandria Tourist Council, was recently named the Office of Historic Alexandria's employe of the year. Coleman was cited for attracting tour group business to Alexandria and for her thorough and thoughtful supervision of staff members. History Student to Be Honored
Lucy Alexander of Knox Place, a senior at T.C. Williams High School, will be honored by the Capitol Historical Society of the United States as her school's outstanding history student. She is among 17 honorees from 15 public school districts in Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia and Delaware to be honored at a luncheon later this month. Alexander names her American civilization teacher, Shannon Derian, as the person who most influenced her interest in history.